and so if they start asking questions about self-defense, then you start to think, well, maybe they're buying this story. if they start picking apart whether or not she purchased gas, where she got the gun, they're challenging the premeditation that is alleged here, you can really, i think, get a sense of the hold on the prosecution's case or whether or not the jury is buying the defense here by just merely listening to the questions. so this is going to be a very, very special thing for folks that, like me, the legal nerds that love watching trials. >> you bring up, you know, possible holes in the case. drew finley, let me ask you, as holes could be brought up through the different questions, then what if she's not consistent or what if we know that some of the questions could also go to, not just jodi arias but other experts they could call to testify, so, i mean, really, this is when the defense and prosecutors need to be listening very, very closely to see what are the holes and how could we down the road address them. >> absolutely.